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Title: Systematic Review of the Main Motor Scales for Clinical Assessment of Individuals with down Syndrome
Authors: MORIYAMA, Cristina HamamuraMASSETTI, ThaisCROCETTA, Tania BrusqueSILVA, Talita Dias DaMUSTACCHI, ZanGUARNIERI, RegianiABREU, Luiz Carlos DeARAUJO, Amanda Vitoria Lacerda DeMENEZES, Lilian Del Ciello DeMONTEIRO, Carlos Bandeira De MelloLEONE, Claudio
Citation: DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROREHABILITATION, v.23, n.1, p.39-49, 2020
Abstract: Objective: The aim of the present review was to identify the motor scales currently used to assess individuals with Down Syndrome (DS). Method: PubMed, WOS and BVS databases were systematically searched to identify the most relevant published studies that used motor scales in the evaluation of individuals with DS. Results: Of the 99 studies that met the eligibility criteria in this process, 20 experimental and observational studies were found to fully meet the eligibility criteria. Conclusion: We identified several motor scales including the Alberta Infant Motor Scale (AIMS), Test of Infant Motor Performance (TIMP), BAYLEY, Peabody Gross Motor Scale (PGMS-PDMS-GM), Gross Motor Function Measure (GMFM), Movement Assessment Battery for Children (MABC) and Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory (PEDI).
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